Welcome, visitor! [ Login

Post an Ad


Connecticut (CT): Major food banks/ Food Pantries

  • Listed: August 2, 2018 10:14 pm
  • Expires: 97913 days, 11 hours


Our iOS apps : US Benefits Directory , Food Banks Directory , GSA Auctions , Low Cost Apartments Directory,

Major Free Food pantries /Food Banks in the State

Food banks and free food pantries listed below help families that are facing hunger. The pantries are mostly located at churches and non-profits in the region. Most of the free food pantry locations may have an application process, which usually requires proof of income, residency proof etc. Using donations from the community, and relying on volunteers, the locations may pass out free boxes of food or serve a meal. Below listed are the major food banks in the state.

Gifts of Love
1 Canal Court
Avon – Connecticut, 06001
Phone number – 860-676-2323

The Food Factory – Oxford
Address: 103 Willenbrock Rd
Oxford – CT, 06478
(203) 271-1786

Community Action Agency of New Haven
781 Whalley Avenue
New Haven – Connecticut, 06515
(203) 387-7700
Offers various social services and financial assistance in the New Haven area. Services include a food pantry, LIHEAP heating bill assistance, summer lunches for students, clothing closet, and more.

Amazing Grace
139 Main Street Ext
Middletown – CT, 06457
(860) 347-3222

Connecticut Food Bank
2 Research Parkway,
Wallingford, CT 06492
Phone number – 203-469-5000
Works with churches, charities, and non-profits across the state. The food bank provides those other centers items, and they then distribute free food and government commodities to the low income, seniors, and people who need help.

Ecumenical Food Bank Inc.
PO Box 796
Naugatuck, CT 06770

Hands On Hartford
Main address is 40 Pratt Street
Hartford – Connecticut, 06103
A major non-profit for the city as well as county of Hartford. In addition to offer emergency food for those in a crisis, they also provide referrals and social services to clients.

Guilford Food Bank
45 Stone House Ln
Guilford – Connecticut, 06437
Phone – (203) 453-8166

Foodshare Inc.
450 Woodland Ave
Bloomfield – CT, 06002
Dial for food and help – 860-286-9999

Plymouth Community Food Pantry
Food pantry address – 20 Dewey Ave
Terryville – Connecticut, 06786
Can provide free meals, emergency food boxes, and other items such as baby food, diapers, and personal hygiene products.

Believe in Meed Food Pantry
Address: 423 Dixwell Avenue
New Haven, Connecticut 0651
Phone: 203-772-2771
They only support the Newhallville region and low income families in that area.

Food Bank Of Lower Fairfield County Inc.
461 Glenbrook Rd
Stamford, Connecticut, 06906
Thousands of families from Norwalk, Stamford, and surrounding towns use this center. Free food, baby food, fruits, and more are passed out. They also have items for the seniors that live in the community.

End Hunger Connecticut!
509 Wethersfield Ave.
Hartford – CT, 06114
Main number 860-296-1127

Connecticut Food Bank-Waterbury Branch
Address: 50 Eagle St.
Waterbury – CT, 06708
Phone number – (203) 759-1919

St. Vincent Depaul Place
617 Main St. P.O. Box 398
Middletown, CT 06457
The local offices of one of the nations leading non-profit charity organizations. Seniors, low income families with children and others receive food boxes, free Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas meals, gifts for children, and much more. Referrals, guidance, and financial assistance for bills and housing is provided too.

Bright Star Vision
Location is West Hartford – Connecticut
Call for free food – 860-324-0461

St. Vincent de Paul Place
10 Railroad Place
Norwich – Connecticut, 06360
Telephone – 860-889-7374
Similar services are offered at the center listed above.

Masters Manna Food Pantry and Resource Center
46 North Plains Industrial Rd
Wallingford – CT, 06492
This non-profit organization is a full service food bank and pantry operation. Other forms of assistance are also provided. For example, the center also runs a Free Medical and Free Dental Clinic. Both adults and children can get dental care. These are some examples of the many services and assistance programs that are provided to Wallingford, Durham, Meriden, North Haven, Cheshire, Middlefield, and Southington,CT families in the community.

The Five Corner Cupboard
124 Scantic Rd
East Windsor – CT, 06088
Both food items and household products are available here.

Community Action Committee Of Danbury
10 Aaron Samuels Boulevard
Danbury – Connecticut, 06810
As a typical example, a family of four receives enough food for three meals for three days or nine meals in total. Access to the Food Pantry is limited to once a month. The agency’s goal is to keep people from being hungry.

146 Center Street
Meriden – Connecticut, 06450
Call for information – (203) 639-0780
A food pantry is available for low income and needy residents.

450 Woodland Avenue
Bloomfield , CT 06002-1342

Saint James Episcopal Church Daily Bread Ecumenical Food Pantry
25 West Street
Danbury – Connecticut 06810
(203) 748-3561
Food pantry for families and individuals in need is open. People can get help once per once. Various churches and non-profits contribute to the food bank and pantry.

Apps for helping low income US residents

Food Bank / Food Pantry locations

Affordable subsidized Apartments for Rent

Government Benefits Listings

If you find any of the information provided above is not accurate or if you like to add a new location to the listing above please email beracahsites@gmail.com

Disclaimer: The community resource directory information is deemed accurate and up-to-date, however, you should always call the provider to confirm this information and make an appointment. Be sure to confirm payment information with the provider, if payment is required. God-Bless-You
Our privacy policy

No Tags

2431 total views, 1 today


Listing ID: 1655b6381ab9d5a1

Report problem

Processing your request, Please wait....

Sponsored Links

Meals for Kids Program

Summer Meals : There are hundreds of meal sites around USA with free meals for kids and teens ages 1-18. Summer meal programs may serve a combination of lunch, breakfast, supper and morning or afternoon snacks. Some programs also offer learning activities for kids before or after meals. Use the link  below to find a site near you. Summer Meals Map